It's estimated there are around 6,000 campsites in the UK that welcome campervans, and with ongoing surges in demand for campervan investments in the staycation market, we wanted to narrow this list down to give you some of the best options available.
By analysing the total mentions for a variety of campsites in the UK media, we identified the top ten most talked about sites. To qualify, each campsite had to simply offer campervan facilities and be based in the UK.
Total mentions of media were counted from the beginning of online media records and were identified through the SEO tool Ahrefs.
The top ten most popular UK campsites for campervans are:
From off-the-grid wilderness to family-friendly fields, each campsite offers unique opportunities for campervanners to explore.
Hopefully this list will inspire you to plan a camping adventure to somewhere new this year!
Ranking as the most talked about campsite, Deepdale Farm on the North Norfolk Coast is a working organic farm, alongside its camping facilities.
It also holds an annual Deepdale Festival celebrating music, food and drink.
Aberafon, on the Llyn Peninsula, is seaside camping at its best on the North Wales coast.
Sandwiched between Gyrn Goch mountain and the Irish Sea, those looking for a remote beach just metres away from where they wake up should head here.
Top of the Woods specialises in eco glamping, with one special campervan pitch onsite.
Take in views over Pembrokeshire Coast National Park as the evening draws in, before spotting the Milky Way and Orion in the unblemished night sky with their Dark Sky Safari experience.
Caolasnacon Caravan & Camping Park in Argyll is well placed for adrenaline-junkies; munro-bagging Glencoe, kayaking in Loch Leven or mountain biking rugged trails are just some of the activities available.
Beacon Cottage Farm in St Agnes sits atop the North Coast of Cornwall, with a range of nearby beaches offering good swell through most of the year for surfers and body boarders.
Hooks House Farm near Robin Hood’s Bay is great for history buffs wanting to discover Scarborough and Whitby, while Pleasant Streams Farm has goats, pigs, chickens and ducks, alongside being just a short drive to the iconic Eden Project, ideal for nature lovers.
Somerset-based Petruth Paddocks is great for families and has Cheddar Gorge on its doorstep, and Treen Farm Campsite is on the tip of Cornwall, along the Southwest Coast Path beloved by walkers.
Finally, Fidden Farm, on the remote Isle of Mull, is perfect for those looking to get away from all of the hustle and bustle of modern life.